Excitement and laughter were in the air as kids from the Praise Emmanuel Children’s Home (PECH) had a great time during an event held by SEGi University in March.
The fun-filled event was organized by the university’s counseling unit of student affairs in collaboration with students from Diploma in Early Childhood Education and its lecturer advisor, Yew Wan Ping.
The celebration themed “To Be Seen, To Be Heard” was aimed at promoting equal rights for all in various aspects from survival to protection, development and participation.
Smiles plastered across the faces of twelve children as they enjoyed during a specially orchestrated hand movement performance and other activities including free eye screening tests given by students from the Optometry Club.
A round of applause for students from the Faculty of Education for their hard work in organizing the campaign.